The group says metro police confiscated the belongings of 28 homeless people including their ID documents and disposed of them.
Award-winning journalist and political commentator, Stephen Grootes is host of the Midday Report and senior political journalist for EWN.
He is also a regular contributor to Daily Maverick, is very active on Twitter and has published a book, S.A. Politics Unspun which offers a roadmap to guide the reader through South Africa’s complex political landscape.
Stephen has an insider’s understanding of South Africa’s political environment and has built personal relationships with all the major role players. The thorn in the side of many politicians, Stephen nonetheless manages to get answers to the big questions.
His insights into our current political environment are fascinating as is his ability to offer a glimpse into where he believes South Africa is heading.
Stephen has been at Eyewitness News for almost ten years, prior to which he worked in radio news in London, and was the editor of the Asian community’s Sunrise Radio. He has also appeared on TV, including Justice Factor. Stephen took over the Midday Report in September 2012.
Follow Stephen on Twitter @StephenGrootes
The producer for the Midday report is Omogolo Taunyane - email Omogolot [at] primedia.co.za
The company says 74% of extremist accounts were found by "internal, proprietary spam-fighting tools”.
Gauteng MEC for Social Development slates Nehawu after Singalakha Sonamazi died in child care facility impacted by the strike.
Despite receiving a go-ahead by the courts, the demonstration has been restricted to the outskirts of Harare by Zimbabwean police.
Save Our SABC’s Duduetsang Makuse says the argument made by SABC acting chief executive James Aguma does not hold water.
Political analyst Steven Friedman says the former DA leader who brought substantial growth to the party may now be a liability.
Acting top cop Khomotso Phahlane says 3 suspects arrested and unlicensed firearms, fake IDs, and suspected getaway car found.
Analysts say the new coalitions in three of the country's metros has not changed local governance.
Proposed strategy will be presented to council for approval next week and Capetonians may be working a compressed week as well.